483 Lines Second Edition (2015) by Mimi Son explores how light and image can create a surreal digital environment. The interactivity is in how the viewer views the piece. Today, I viewed one of Memo Atken's pieces that explores creating different environments in each eye in virtual reality. The users explore the space by moving their head in the VR environment and by attempting to focus on different parts. Son's work attempts to create similar surreal environments in reality through projection. Standing closer or farther away from the lines create senses of motion through the plane of lines. Looking at the piece from the angle of a tunnel creates a sense of motion along the plane of lines.